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Shenango China Restaurantware Plate for Ivanhoe Restaurant, Chicago

Shenango China Restaurant Ware Salad Plate

Originally Made for Ivanhoe Restaurant (Chicago)

I have to admit to having a soft spot in my heart (or head) for restaurantware. 152 more words


Ivanhoe (Part 2)

…and the greatness of Ivanhoe goes on. Here are some more things I found to love in this fabulous book.

There are so many great ironies (things that are opposite of what would seem fitting) – here’s just one: 696 more words


Ivanhoe (Part 1)

Fun fact: Evidently, Sir Walter Scott invented the genre of historical fiction. (Thanks, Christy Somerville, for this tidbit!) I’m so, so glad he did – I believe historical fiction is my favorite genre (and it’s certainly the one I read the most of!) 610 more words


Bookish Influences: Ivanhoe

We’ve all – in one way or another – been influenced by the written word. I was very much a reading child – and thus I was very much influenced by what I read; by the worlds which opened up around me as I turned each page. 342 more words


Working Out New Things

Since I first started watching KelbyOne I have learned so many new things, and one of things that I have discovered is a different way of doing architectural images.   424 more words


Will Cook For Food!

My empty CSA basket sits on the front porch…but, have no fear, it will be filled today! Love my weekly Family Farm Fresh CSA day!

Review of Ivanhoe

Early last week, I finished reading Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott.

What is it about?

Below is a Goodreads summary of the book:

Set in England just after the Third Crusade, Ivanhoe is the tale of Wilfrid, a young Saxon knight, and his love for the royal princess Rowena. 704 more words